One month before a heart attack, the body warns you with these 8 symptoms

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Knowing how to recognize these signals in time can be essential to prevent heart attacks and prevent a fatal outcome.

There are very serious health problems. Among them, without a doubt, we find the problems of cardiac order.

Sometimes, just by listening to your body, you could avoid health problems such as a heart attack.

And even if you do not believe it, a month before it happens, your body starts to warn you. Here are the eight symptoms that you will notice.

If you are in this situation, consult your doctor as soon as possible.

1. Fatigue


Fatigue is a problem that we can often feel without being a symptom of something so serious. However, we must pay attention. This precursor symptom of a heart attack occurs mainly in women.

Note that this is a type of fatigue that is not associated with exercise or mental effort. In addition, we notice that it increases at the end of the day.

This makes even the simplest tasks a source of real effort.

2. Abdominal pain


Abdominal pain, especially in the upper abdomen, as well as nausea, even with an empty stomach or swelling of the stomach, appear a few days before a heart attack.

This is because stomach upset is related to a heart attack. This type of pain will intensify during physical activity.

3. Sleep problems


Sleep problems can also be related to heart disease. Insomnia is among the symptoms of increased risk. Generally, it will be accompanied by anxiety and poor concentration. This is usually present in women.

If you have heart problems, it will be harder to fall asleep. Also, you will wake up at night for no reason.

4. Restless breathing

Steady breathing is another symptom that occurs one or more months before the onset of the heart attack.

Most of the time, it is accompanied by vertigo and shortness of breath. This is because this aspect makes breathing difficult.

5. Hair loss


Accelerated hair loss is one of the precursory symptoms of cardiac arrest. It occurs mainly in men, but can also occur in women.

Also, keep in mind that this hair loss is related to a high level of cortisol. When the fall is associated with this heart problem, it usually occurs in the region of the crown of the head.

6. Heart rate


Interrupted heart rate is another symptom that we should not neglect. In this case, it is more typical in men, while in women, it is accompanied by panic and anxiety.

These appear without warning and can manifest themselves in different ways, such as arrhythmias or tachycardia.

  • In case of diseases such as atherosclerosis, tachycardia may appear after exercise.
  • Usually you will see that these symptoms last 1 to 2 minutes.
  • In case they last more than 2 minutes, vertigo and a feeling of weakness may appear.

7. Excessive perspiration


Excessive sweating, day and night, is also a symptom of a heart attack. This signal is more common in women.

Be careful because many women think they have signs of menopause. However, this also occurs in men.

It’s a cold, sticky sweat, very similar to the one we get when we catch a cold. It appears regardless of the temperature or physical activity that the person performs.

This perspiration is so strong that if we go to bed, we will see how wet the sheets are in the morning.

8. Pain in the chest

The type and intensity of chest pain are very different between men and women.

For example, in men, this is a very common symptom, but in women, this symptom is observed in only 30% of cases.

  • This type of pain in the chest can come from the arms. Generally, she leaves the left arm, even if it is not always the case.
  • Pain in the lower jaw, throat, shoulders, neck and stomach is also common.

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